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Predictions

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predictions, recess at 20 below, anchor chart

Happy 2017! It’s out with the old and in with the new. While I don’t make resolutions, I do look at ways to improve. We can always be better {well, at least I know I can}. I came up with some new ways to celebrate the New Year in your classroom. These goal setting banners ... Read More about Celebrating the New Year in Your Classroom

Check out these 6 favorite books to help you teach making predictions. They're perfect for kindergarten, first, and second grade. Plus, the teaching tips and strategies will help boost your students' comprehension. With these interactive read aloud lessons, you will be set and your students will be engaged!

Learn how to teach making predictions to help your students develop strong reading comprehension skills with these three favorite read alouds.

I love using funny picture books as mentor texts for teaching reading skills. Dude is perfect for teaching students to make predictions.

I love using funny picture books as mentor texts for teaching reading skills. Dude is perfect for teaching students to make predictions.

Old Wives’ Tales for Early Gender Prediction

During pregnancy you will hear a variety of gender predictions based on old wives tales. Discover these popular wive’s tales here.

Making Predictions activities, crafts, and printables.  Learn how to make a making predictions anchor chart, as well as an engaging making predictions lesson included.  first grade | second grade | education | reading comprehension

We, as teachers, are always stopping while reading to ask students what is going to happen next. We want students to be able to stop and monitor their understanding of the text. This will, in turn, help with their comprehension of the story. I wanted to stop in today to share some new resources I am using in my classroom to help students with this strategy. I always like to start by introducing the strategy of the week with an anchor chart. Did you know you can print poster-size anchor…